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loveyourselfcompletely said: Hey love! You kick that eating disorder's ASS!!!! I love your theme on your blog about beating it. :) Keep fighting, beautiful!

thank you SO much. You have no idea how much that means to me - you’re such an inspiration to me. I’d blog more, but I’m terrified of technology and I can’t for the life of me work out how to use the damn links etc! Stay healthy lovely

healthylivingforyou:

veganilla:

Vegan Sweet Potato Burgers: click here for the recipe.

(via hexaneandheels)

neverbeenripped:

Ok… Continuing paleo…chicken veggie wraps. No sauce no cheese. Veggies

these look so so good!

neverbeenripped:

Ok… Continuing paleo…chicken veggie wraps. No sauce no cheese. Veggies

these look so so good!

Daily Intake

I posted breakfast earlier, so here’s the rest of the day:

Lunch:
1 wholewheat pitta bread filled w/ raw baby leaf spinach + chicken breast

Snack 2:
Carrot and pepper sticks

Post-Workout:
Maximuscle Promax Diet protein bar, a banana, 2 cups of green tea and some nuts. 

I’ve just joined Daily Mile as a way to track my workouts. Today I did an hour long Body Pump class which killed me! I planned on doing Spin afterwards too, but my legs were shaking violently afterwards! It was really really good. If you’ve never done Body Pump, it’s basically weights to music by a company called Les Mills. We do a warm up, a squat track, chest, shoulders, back and hamstrings, triceps, biceps, abs followed by a nice long stretch. It’s really challenging and they change the music and choreography regularly - this is the new choreography, which I’ve never done before, and it’s BLOODY HARD. I recommend you give it a go! It’s a really fun way to lift.Follow me on Daily Mile:http://www.dailymile.com/people/Alexandra26#ref=tophd

I’ve just joined Daily Mile as a way to track my workouts. Today I did an hour long Body Pump class which killed me! I planned on doing Spin afterwards too, but my legs were shaking violently afterwards! It was really really good. If you’ve never done Body Pump, it’s basically weights to music by a company called Les Mills. We do a warm up, a squat track, chest, shoulders, back and hamstrings, triceps, biceps, abs followed by a nice long stretch. It’s really challenging and they change the music and choreography regularly - this is the new choreography, which I’ve never done before, and it’s BLOODY HARD. I recommend you give it a go! It’s a really fun way to lift.

Follow me on Daily Mile:
http://www.dailymile.com/people/Alexandra26#ref=tophd

Breakfast 23.1.12:This tasted DAMN GOOD. 60g bran flakes, raw whole almonds, raw cashews, raw pecans, an actimel probiotic drink instead of milk, a cup of green tea and 3 vitamins - C, Multivitamin and Fish Oil capsule.

Breakfast 23.1.12:
This tasted DAMN GOOD. 60g bran flakes, raw whole almonds, raw cashews, raw pecans, an actimel probiotic drink instead of milk, a cup of green tea and 3 vitamins - C, Multivitamin and Fish Oil capsule.

Recovery is fucking cool.

Today is the first day of my new recovery. I’m not saying I won’t binge - it’s a long, slow process. But I’m not going to punish myself afterwards. If I do binge? Ok. It’s a new day tomorrow. Stop. Sleep. Rest. Recover. I have so many things to look forward to this week - today’s clean eating, tonight’s workout, tomorrow’s clean eating, tomorrow’s workout, wednesday’s clean eating, wednesday’s workout, thursday’s clean eating, thursday’s rest day, friday I’m having a one to one session with my friend, an MMA fighter and personal trainer, friday evening I’m hitting the town for some good rock music and no doubt a pizza and some alcohol. That’s ok. Because guess what ED? Numbers don’t define me. I DON’T CARE how many calories I burnt. I am young, I am a teenager, I will go out and drink if I want to, I will have a crazy night out and I will eat shit to soothe my hangover and I WON’T FEEL GUILTY ABOUT IT BECAUSE A VOICE IN MY HEAD TOLD ME TO. That doesn’t mean binge, and eat cookies, cakes, etc because I’ve ‘given up’. I’m not taking the ‘fuck it’ approach - “fuck it, I’ve already eaten everything else, I may as well eat this, I’m fat anyway, etc”. It means eat something I wouldn’t usually eat in moderation, stay in CONTROL. And saturday evening, that spells Nandos. I’m meeting up with friends who have ED’s. We’re all in recovery, it will be difficult, but those luso beans and mixed leaf salad and olives have my name on them. And sunday, circuit training and spin class. This is the start of a beautiful week. This is self recovery, ROUND 2. give me your best ED, because I’m ready for you. 

cleaningout:

Omnivore
-Lean Veal/Beef (36g protein / 100g serving)
-Lean Chicken (32.8g protein / 100g serving)
-Fish (Yellowfin Tuna is about 30g / 100g serving, salmon has 27g, Tilapia has 26g)
-Fish eggs (Caviar has 28.6g / 100g serving)
-Lobster and crab (26.4g protein / 100g serving)
-Turkey (33g protein / 4 ounces)
Vegetarian
 -Cheese (41.6g / 100g serving of Parmesan, other cheeses 28-30g protein/100g serving)
 -Cottage cheese (14g protein / 1/2 c. serving) 
-Eggs (1 large egg has 6.3 g protein)
-Milk (8.1 g protein per 1 cup)
-Yogurt (13g protein per 1 cup)
 
Vegan
-Beans (Soybeans/Edamame 39.6g / 100g serving, Lupin 15.6g /100g)
-Roasted seeds (Pumpkin and Squash seeds 33g protein / 100g)
-Yeast extract (Marmite 27.8g protein/ 100g serving)
-Peanuts (25.8g / 100g serving)
-Tofu (10g protein / 1/2 c. serving)
-Oatmeal (6g protein / 1 cup)
-Quinoa (4.3g protein / 1/2 cup)
-Tempeh (31g / 1 cup)
-Spinach (6g / 1 cup)
Click here for a long list of many vegetarian / vegan sources of protein!

cleaningout:

Omnivore

-Lean Veal/Beef (36g protein / 100g serving)

-Lean Chicken (32.8g protein / 100g serving)

-Fish (Yellowfin Tuna is about 30g / 100g serving, salmon has 27g, Tilapia has 26g)

-Fish eggs (Caviar has 28.6g / 100g serving)

-Lobster and crab (26.4g protein / 100g serving)

-Turkey (33g protein / 4 ounces)

Vegetarian

 -Cheese (41.6g / 100g serving of Parmesan, other cheeses 28-30g protein/100g serving)

 -Cottage cheese (14g protein / 1/2 c. serving) 

-Eggs (1 large egg has 6.3 g protein)

-Milk (8.1 g protein per 1 cup)

-Yogurt (13g protein per 1 cup)

Vegan

-Beans (Soybeans/Edamame 39.6g / 100g serving, Lupin 15.6g /100g)

-Roasted seeds (Pumpkin and Squash seeds 33g protein / 100g)

-Yeast extract (Marmite 27.8g protein/ 100g serving)

-Peanuts (25.8g / 100g serving)

-Tofu (10g protein / 1/2 c. serving)

-Oatmeal (6g protein / 1 cup)

-Quinoa (4.3g protein / 1/2 cup)

-Tempeh (31g / 1 cup)

-Spinach (6g / 1 cup)

Click here for a long list of many vegetarian / vegan sources of protein!

(Source: theblondeamazon)

loveyourselfcompletely said: Hey love! You kick that eating disorder's ASS!!!! I love your theme on your blog about beating it. :) Keep fighting, beautiful!

thank you SO much. You have no idea how much that means to me - you’re such an inspiration to me. I’d blog more, but I’m terrified of technology and I can’t for the life of me work out how to use the damn links etc! Stay healthy lovely

healthylivingforyou:

veganilla:

Vegan Sweet Potato Burgers: click here for the recipe.

(via hexaneandheels)

neverbeenripped:

Ok… Continuing paleo…chicken veggie wraps. No sauce no cheese. Veggies

these look so so good!

neverbeenripped:

Ok… Continuing paleo…chicken veggie wraps. No sauce no cheese. Veggies

these look so so good!

Daily Intake

I posted breakfast earlier, so here’s the rest of the day:

Lunch:
1 wholewheat pitta bread filled w/ raw baby leaf spinach + chicken breast

Snack 2:
Carrot and pepper sticks

Post-Workout:
Maximuscle Promax Diet protein bar, a banana, 2 cups of green tea and some nuts. 

I’ve just joined Daily Mile as a way to track my workouts. Today I did an hour long Body Pump class which killed me! I planned on doing Spin afterwards too, but my legs were shaking violently afterwards! It was really really good. If you’ve never done Body Pump, it’s basically weights to music by a company called Les Mills. We do a warm up, a squat track, chest, shoulders, back and hamstrings, triceps, biceps, abs followed by a nice long stretch. It’s really challenging and they change the music and choreography regularly - this is the new choreography, which I’ve never done before, and it’s BLOODY HARD. I recommend you give it a go! It’s a really fun way to lift.Follow me on Daily Mile:http://www.dailymile.com/people/Alexandra26#ref=tophd

I’ve just joined Daily Mile as a way to track my workouts. Today I did an hour long Body Pump class which killed me! I planned on doing Spin afterwards too, but my legs were shaking violently afterwards! It was really really good. If you’ve never done Body Pump, it’s basically weights to music by a company called Les Mills. We do a warm up, a squat track, chest, shoulders, back and hamstrings, triceps, biceps, abs followed by a nice long stretch. It’s really challenging and they change the music and choreography regularly - this is the new choreography, which I’ve never done before, and it’s BLOODY HARD. I recommend you give it a go! It’s a really fun way to lift.

Follow me on Daily Mile:
http://www.dailymile.com/people/Alexandra26#ref=tophd

Breakfast 23.1.12:This tasted DAMN GOOD. 60g bran flakes, raw whole almonds, raw cashews, raw pecans, an actimel probiotic drink instead of milk, a cup of green tea and 3 vitamins - C, Multivitamin and Fish Oil capsule.

Breakfast 23.1.12:
This tasted DAMN GOOD. 60g bran flakes, raw whole almonds, raw cashews, raw pecans, an actimel probiotic drink instead of milk, a cup of green tea and 3 vitamins - C, Multivitamin and Fish Oil capsule.

Recovery is fucking cool.

Today is the first day of my new recovery. I’m not saying I won’t binge - it’s a long, slow process. But I’m not going to punish myself afterwards. If I do binge? Ok. It’s a new day tomorrow. Stop. Sleep. Rest. Recover. I have so many things to look forward to this week - today’s clean eating, tonight’s workout, tomorrow’s clean eating, tomorrow’s workout, wednesday’s clean eating, wednesday’s workout, thursday’s clean eating, thursday’s rest day, friday I’m having a one to one session with my friend, an MMA fighter and personal trainer, friday evening I’m hitting the town for some good rock music and no doubt a pizza and some alcohol. That’s ok. Because guess what ED? Numbers don’t define me. I DON’T CARE how many calories I burnt. I am young, I am a teenager, I will go out and drink if I want to, I will have a crazy night out and I will eat shit to soothe my hangover and I WON’T FEEL GUILTY ABOUT IT BECAUSE A VOICE IN MY HEAD TOLD ME TO. That doesn’t mean binge, and eat cookies, cakes, etc because I’ve ‘given up’. I’m not taking the ‘fuck it’ approach - “fuck it, I’ve already eaten everything else, I may as well eat this, I’m fat anyway, etc”. It means eat something I wouldn’t usually eat in moderation, stay in CONTROL. And saturday evening, that spells Nandos. I’m meeting up with friends who have ED’s. We’re all in recovery, it will be difficult, but those luso beans and mixed leaf salad and olives have my name on them. And sunday, circuit training and spin class. This is the start of a beautiful week. This is self recovery, ROUND 2. give me your best ED, because I’m ready for you. 

(via lemmeflex)

cleaningout:

Omnivore
-Lean Veal/Beef (36g protein / 100g serving)
-Lean Chicken (32.8g protein / 100g serving)
-Fish (Yellowfin Tuna is about 30g / 100g serving, salmon has 27g, Tilapia has 26g)
-Fish eggs (Caviar has 28.6g / 100g serving)
-Lobster and crab (26.4g protein / 100g serving)
-Turkey (33g protein / 4 ounces)
Vegetarian
 -Cheese (41.6g / 100g serving of Parmesan, other cheeses 28-30g protein/100g serving)
 -Cottage cheese (14g protein / 1/2 c. serving) 
-Eggs (1 large egg has 6.3 g protein)
-Milk (8.1 g protein per 1 cup)
-Yogurt (13g protein per 1 cup)
 
Vegan
-Beans (Soybeans/Edamame 39.6g / 100g serving, Lupin 15.6g /100g)
-Roasted seeds (Pumpkin and Squash seeds 33g protein / 100g)
-Yeast extract (Marmite 27.8g protein/ 100g serving)
-Peanuts (25.8g / 100g serving)
-Tofu (10g protein / 1/2 c. serving)
-Oatmeal (6g protein / 1 cup)
-Quinoa (4.3g protein / 1/2 cup)
-Tempeh (31g / 1 cup)
-Spinach (6g / 1 cup)
Click here for a long list of many vegetarian / vegan sources of protein!

cleaningout:

Omnivore

-Lean Veal/Beef (36g protein / 100g serving)

-Lean Chicken (32.8g protein / 100g serving)

-Fish (Yellowfin Tuna is about 30g / 100g serving, salmon has 27g, Tilapia has 26g)

-Fish eggs (Caviar has 28.6g / 100g serving)

-Lobster and crab (26.4g protein / 100g serving)

-Turkey (33g protein / 4 ounces)

Vegetarian

 -Cheese (41.6g / 100g serving of Parmesan, other cheeses 28-30g protein/100g serving)

 -Cottage cheese (14g protein / 1/2 c. serving) 

-Eggs (1 large egg has 6.3 g protein)

-Milk (8.1 g protein per 1 cup)

-Yogurt (13g protein per 1 cup)

Vegan

-Beans (Soybeans/Edamame 39.6g / 100g serving, Lupin 15.6g /100g)

-Roasted seeds (Pumpkin and Squash seeds 33g protein / 100g)

-Yeast extract (Marmite 27.8g protein/ 100g serving)

-Peanuts (25.8g / 100g serving)

-Tofu (10g protein / 1/2 c. serving)

-Oatmeal (6g protein / 1 cup)

-Quinoa (4.3g protein / 1/2 cup)

-Tempeh (31g / 1 cup)

-Spinach (6g / 1 cup)

Click here for a long list of many vegetarian / vegan sources of protein!

(Source: theblondeamazon)

I DIDN’T BINGE I DIDN’T BINGE I DIDN’T BINGE
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